In: Southern African agriculture and climate change: A comprehensive analysis
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KeywordsLesotho; Southern Africa; Africa South of Sahara; Africa; Climate change; Rainfall; Droughts; Irrigation; Water management; Adaptation; Agriculture; Poverty; Gender; Women; Agricultural development; Agricultural policies; economic development; Smallhoders; maize; rice; Wheat; sorghum; millet; Cassava; Sweet potato; soybean; Potatoes; Tobacco; Groundnuts; Pigeon peas; Chickpeas; Cowpeas; Platains; Sugarcane; oil seeds; Livestock; Agricultural productivity; crop yield; General Circulation Models (GCM); Commodities; food prices; Education; income; Nutrition; malnutrition;
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